The Concept Of Responsible Gaming Today is their last Friday in the Big Brother Naija House and it’s all about Bet9ja.
The Pepper Dem five had a Task from Bet9ja to develop a witty comedy skit on responsible gaming. Let’s see how they will fare in this challenge.
The Uneven Split
From the scroll read by Omashola, the Housemates found out that they were to split themselves into two teams for the Task. Aware that there was going to be an uneven split, Big Brother gave the Housemates the freedom to decide how the split will work. Without much ado, the Housemates made their selection. Frodd, Seyi and Omashola were in team one while Mike and Mercy belong to team two.
The House was also given a hint, ‘All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.’ We wondered if the Housemates got the gist.
The second part of their Task came in and the Housemates were to create a drama/comedy on responsible gaming.
Responsible gaming is ensuring fair and safe gaming experience that protects players from the harmful consequences of gaming. In their skit, they must focus on educating people on how to apply control of the amount and time placed on gaming. However, the Housemates are not to scare off people from gaming but make them see it as a recreational and lifestyle choice.
Of course, there was a prize attached to this Task, an all-expense-paid trip to Inagbe Resort. That was not all, winning team members can bring one person along! Wow, that’s fun raised to the power of two.
The Unexpected Visit
Actor and Filmmaker, Kunle Afolayan paid the Housemates a visit. From talking about his film making to his clothing line, the Pepper Dem five got a glimpse of what makes Kunle Afolayan successful. His conversation with them was filled with tips on how to make it in the world of make-believe. Before he left, the teams presented their skits and few corrections were made. He also offered to mentor the Housemates outside the House. All they have to do is reach out to him.
The Housemates have put on their creative hats so get ready to be entertained.